Examples of swaddle in a Sentence
He swaddled the baby in a blanket.
Recent Examples of swaddle from the Web
Joanna wrote on Instagram, captioning a photo of Crew swaddled in a $250 rocker by Parisian baby outfitter Charlie Crane.
According to Stanford Children's Health, NAS is usually treated with comfort care like swaddling and supportive care like extra calories and intravenous fluids.
Young Miles — who was born on May 16 — is swaddled in a yellow blanket, one cute little bootied foot sticking out.
DJ Khaled’s son Asahd Khaled has been seen swaddled in a Gucci monogram blanket and has a sleek Fendi stroller of his very own.
The gendered rituals seemed exotic and cloistered, each swaddled in it’s own kind of mystery.
Instead of swaddling or breastfeeding the infant, the mother is being accused of stashing the baby outside by a shed, and tucking the girl's head under a bucket used for plants.
Durant will be watching like everyone else, swaddled in sweats at his home in the sky, 54 stories and two trophies above it all.
But a chilling time-lapse video, recorded by onlookers and shown in the inquiry room this week, showed Grenfell Tower quickly swaddled in flame.
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Origin and Etymology of swaddle
SWADDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of swaddle for English Language Learners
: to wrap (someone, especially a baby) tightly with a blanket, pieces of cloth, etc.
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